Sony websites hacked in Greece and Thailand

User details posted in latest Sony security breach

PlayStation Network woes compounded by fresh Sony hack

The Sony BMG Greece website has become the latest service to be comprimised after reports that users details were posted online.

According to The Hacker News, names and email addresses from users registered to SonyMusic.gr have been uploaded by an anonymous user to site pastebin.com.

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A SQL injection tool is said to be the method used to infiltrate the site by identifying flaws across Sony websites.

Additionally, a Sony website in Thailand has also come under attack after users were being directed to a fake website posing as an Italian credit card company, which was actually designed to obtain information about customers.

These latest series of hacking scandals follow on closely from the recent PlayStation Network outage where data from millions of users were stolen, taking down PlayStation-related services for almost 25 days.

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Link: The Hacker News